Cartoon Sci-fi Game GUI

  • Royalty free game art

Cartoon sci-fi game GUI is a complete set of graphical user inteface for games. Suitable for sci-fi and space shooter games.

The main file contains :

  • .PNG
  • .AI (3 Files, “Cartoon Sci-fi Game”, “Buttons Pack –”, and “Buttons Pack – Disable”)
  • .EPS (Illustrator 10)

Features :

  • Resizeable vector art
  • Easy to costumize
  • Editable text

Font Used :

Notes :

  • Minimum Adobe CS Version to open the .AI file (CS5.5)
  • Fonts are not included. We only use the font as a reference, and we are not responsible for font license.

Answer to common questions

  • How to edit the text in .AI file?
  • Just double click and type your own text.
  • Can i rescale the text without losing its style?
  • Yes, make sure you have expand the text appearence first.
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